Ali Noble, Bailee Lobb and Harleigh English
Inside & Outside looks at how we change our physical spaces to express our internal selves.
Introducing three talented Sydney artists, who have come together to showcase the ways they use their art to change their relationship with the public and private spaces that they find themselves in.
Showcasing works by Ali Noble, Bailee Lobb and Harleigh English, the exhibition questions the ways we escape, reinvent and strengthen our reality.
Each artist, with varied creative backgrounds, brings a unique approach to the exhibition. A world of colour, from textiles to ceramics and a giant yellow pumpkin which offers a place of refuge, meditation and escape.
Curator and artist, Rosell Flately, demonstrated a great love for the artists and their work. Flately created this exhibition, presenting each artist side by side in the hope that audiences would escape to another place and temporarily enter the minds of each of them.
Audience members were asked how they change our physical spaces to express our internal selves; filling in specially designed postcards with their anecdotes.